Flash Supersu 2.79 Zip with TWRP Recover

The way to root any type of Android device

As Android users, I’m sure that you are familiar with the terms of root, bootloader and unlocking. Have you got an idea on how important are these terms? You need to go through these processes, in order to have a good and healthy Android device. Because root helps to customize the Android device well and you can do it easily.

Before getting the root access, your Android device should have its bootloader unlockable. Do then you can give the Android device the root access. The Supersu 2.79 Zip, is a tool to get the administrative power to have the root access management. if you Download Supersu, it will be easy for you. This app was successfully developed by the developer named chainfire.

With this app, you can easily manage the root permissions for the Android device, after it is rooted. The chainfire team has managed to create a zip of recovery flashable for the Supersu with the app of Supersu along with the binary files that are required to have the root access.

So with this tool, you can easily flash the zip file, using the custom recovery method. And also this will help you to get the root access regarding any type of Android device. So what you can do is, you can have the latest file regarding the app. Get along with the instructions that will help you to do the needful.

Step to make the process

First, you have to download the file and then transfer it to the internal storage of the Android.

Boot the Android to the custom recovery mode of TWRP.

Press on install button, and then select the downloaded zip file, which is in the internal storage of yours.

After you have selected the app, swipe in order to do the confirmation of the flashing process.

Once the flashing process is done with the app, you can see that there is an option of reboot system. You can select it.

Ok, now it is completed. So that after the flashing process is completed, you can find the app in your app collection. Using this app, you can decide on which apps to grant the root access and which apps to not. After that, you can even unroot your Android device also. The unrooting process can be done in permanent or temporary modes.